Wayne Rooney will get 'the respect he deserves' at Old Trafford - Jose Mourinho
Dropped England captain Wayne Rooney will receive "the respect he deserves" back at Manchester United, according to Jose Mourinho.
The 30-year-old striker returned to club duty earlier this week following an international break where he was booed by fans at Wembley three days before interim Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate left the country's all-time record scorer out of his XI in Slovenia.
Mourinho is set to do likewise against Liverpool on Monday night, but the United manager insists Rooney can rely on the backing of the Old Trafford faithful after certain sections of the... read more
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